Wtit of error1 - National Liberty Alliance

Name of Plaintiff,
-againstName of defendants, et al.,
THE COURT OF RECORD COMES NOW to review the facts, record, and process resulting
in the rulings dated April 1, 2015, attached:
The record shows that this court of record held a hearing on April 1, 2015, contrary to the rules
of common law, proceeding according to the principles of the method and procedure adopted by
the court of chancery for the purpose of changing jurisdictions1 from [common] law2 to equity
which proceeds under the rules of chancery; citing 28 USC 1914 & 1915 (statutes repugnant to
the constitution) as its authority that extorts filthy-lucre which perverts judgment3 under threat to
unlawfully dismiss plaintiffs action thereby denying plaintiff’s unalienable right of due process,4
by dismissing a court of record. Or pay the extortion fee for a jurisdiction that produces the same
results dismissing plaintiff’s court of record and denies plaintiff’s unalienable right of due
EQUITY JURISDICTION “In a general sense, the jurisdiction belonging to a court of equity, but more particularly the
aggregate of those cases, controversies, and occasions which form proper subjects for the exercise of the powers of a chancery
court.” See Wadham Oil Co. v. Tracy, 141 Wis. 150, 123 N.W. 785, 787, 18 Ann.Cas. 779; Venner v. Great Northern R. Co.,
C.C.N.Y., 153 F. 408, 413, 414. "Equity jurisdiction, in its ordinary acceptation, as distinguished on the one side from the
general power to decide matters at all, and on the other from the jurisdiction "at law" or "common-law jurisdiction," is the
power to hear certain kinds and classes of civil causes according to the principles of the method and procedure adopted by the
court of chancery, and to decide them in accordance with the doctrines and rules of equity jurisprudence,” Norback v. Board of
Directors of Church Extension Soc., 84 Utah 506, 37 P.2d 339.
COMMON-LAW JURISDICTION. “Jurisdiction of a court to try and decide such cases as were cognizable by the courts of
law under the English common law; the jurisdiction of those courts which exercise their judicial powers according to the course
of the common law.” U. S. v. Power, 27 Fed.Cas. 607.
1 Sam 8:3
“Due course of law, this phrase is synonymous with "due process of law" or "law of the land" and means law in its regular
course of administration through courts of justice.” - Kansas Pac. Ry. Co. v. Dunmeyer 19 KAN 542.
Furthermore even under the court of equity’s own rules, that said court ignores 28 USC has no
force because it lacks regulations.5
Magistrate Loretta A Preska, acting under the color of law as judge, at a hearing contrary to
common law with neither the plaintiff or the defendants present.
The record shows (ORDER DIRECTING PAYMENT, 2 pages dated April 1, 2015 with IFP
Application, 2 pages, attached; see Exhibit A) that the magistrate, on her own authority,
conducted a hearing in accordance with the rules of chancery and not law thereby trespassing on
the case.6 The magistrate conducted her own court, without notice or concurrence of the parties,
and without due process, the magistrate presuming to be the owner of the courtroom. Not
satisfied with the lawful rules of court, she became a loose cannon and imposed rules of another
jurisdiction foreign to this court.
The position and pursuit of the plaintiff is not frivolous and is hereby rebutted. Generally,
“frivolous” is relevantly defined as: “A claim or defense is frivolous if a proponent can present
no rational argument based upon the evidence or law in support of that claim or defense.
Contrary to Magistrate Loretta A Preska’s presumption plaintiff does not seek to proceed in
forma pauperis which proceeds according to the rules of chancery nor will plaintiff accept an
exchange of filthy-lucre for prejudicial justice in a court of chancery. Plaintiff has opened a
“court of record”, see action at law, which proceeds under the rules of common law without cost.
“The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that a natural man or woman is entitled to relief for free
access to its judicial tribunals and public offices in every State in the Union (2 Black 620, see
also Crandell v. Nevada, 6 Wall 35). Plaintiff should not be charged fees, or costs for the lawful
STATUTE WITHOUT REGULATIONS HAVE NO FORCE “Here the statue is not complete by itself, since it merely
declares the range of its operation and leaves to its progeny the means to be utilized in the effectuation of its command. But it is
the statute which creates the offense of the willful removal of the labels of origin and provides the punishment for violations. The
regulations, on the other hand, prescribe the identifying language of the label itself tags to their respective geographical areas.
Once promulgated these regulations called for by the statute itself have the force of law, and violation thereof incur criminal
prosecutions, just as if all the details had been incorporated into the Congressional language. The result is that neither the
statute nor the regulations are complete without the other, and only together do they have any force, In effect, therefore, the
construction of one necessarily involves the construction of the other” - U.S. v. Mersky, 361 U.S. 431 (1960)
Trespass on the case. “The form of action, at common law, adapted to the recovery of damages for some injury resulting to a
party from the wrongful act of another, unaccompanied by direct or immediate force, or which is the indirect or secondary
consequence of defendant's act. Commonly called, by abbreviation, "Case."” Munal v. Brown, C.C.Colo., 70 F. 968; Nolan v.
Railroad Co., 70 Conn. 159, 39 A. 115, 43 L.R.A. 305; New York Life Ins. Co. v. Clay County, 221 Iowa 966, 267 N.W. 79, 80.
and constitutional right to petition this court in this matter in which he is entitled to relief, as it
appears that the filing fee rule was originally implemented for fictions and subjects of the State
and should not be applied to the Plaintiff who is a natural individual and entitled to relief” Hale v. Henkel; 201 U.S. 43. Plaintiff is neither a fiction nor a subject,7 as is an elected or
appointed official owing allegiance to the sovereign people of the fifty united States. Plaintiff is
one of the People of New York subject to no laws except those prescribed by nature.8
“Rights indirectly denied - "Constitutional 'rights' would be of little value if they could be
indirectly denied." - Gomillion v. Lightfoot, 364 U.S. 155 (1966), cited also in Smith v.
Allwright, 321 U.S. 649.644.
“There can be no sanction or penalty imposed upon one because of his exercise of
Constitution rights.” - Sherar vs. Cullen 481 F 2D 946, (1973).
"No state shall convert a liberty into a license, and charge a fee therefore." Murdock v.
Pennsylvania, 319 U.S. 105.
"If the State converts a right (liberty) into a privilege, the citizen can ignore the license
and fee and engage in the right (liberty) with impunity." [Shuttlesworth v. City of
Birmingham, Alabama, 373 U.S. 262]
American Jurisprudence (Constitutional Law) §326; Free Justice and Open Courts;
Remedy for All Injuries.- In most of the state Constitutions there are provisions, varying slightly
in terms, which stipulate that justice shall be administered to all without delay or denial, without
sale or prejudice, and that the courts shall always be open to all alike. These provisions are
based largely upon the Magna Charta, chap. 40, which provides; “We will sell to no man. We
will not deny to any man either justice or right.” The chief purpose of the Magna Charta
provision was to prohibit the King from selling justice by imposing fees on litigants through his
courts and to deal a death blow to the attendant venal and disgraceful practices of a corrupt
judiciary in demanding oppressive gratuities for giving or withholding decisions in pending
causes. It has been appropriately said that in a free government the doors of litigation are
already wide open and must constantly remain so. The extent of the constitutional provision has
been regarded as broader than the original confines of Magna Charta, and such constitutional
SUBJECT Constitutional Law - One that owes allegiance to a sovereign and is governed by his laws.
"There, every man is independent of all laws, except those prescribed by nature. He is not bound by any institutions formed by
his fellowman without his consent." Cruden v. Neale, 2 N.C. 338 (1796) 2 S.E.
provision has been held to prohibit the selling of justice not merely by magistrates but by the
State itself. Therefor a denial of access into the Peoples courts’ of justice for refusing to pay a fee
would be a violation of plaintiff’s unalienable right of due process protected under V
Furthermore plaintiff does not bring this action pro se as is the process under fiction but in pro
per. Most legal dictionaries define the term "pro se" as someone who represents them self.
Black's Law 4th edition defines it "in person", therefore we used the term "in pro per", in that
capacity we accept the term "pro se" not to be confused with one representing their fiction
whereby the jurisdictional fraud might be assumed and statutes applied as a subject.
Without proper authority, the magistrate stepped out of her function as a magistrate and, by her
actions and statements, figuratively assumed the cloak of a tribunal.9
“Henceforth the writ which is called Praecipe shall not be served on any one for
any holding so as to cause a free man to lose his court.” Magna Carta, Article 34
The genius of a court of record is not to be undermined. It is the birthright of every American to
settle issues in a court of record, if he so chooses.
Throughout the order, the record shows that the rules of the court were not followed, that the
magistrate attempted to function as a tribunal, and that the court was ineffective in furthering the
goal of justice for all. These failures to follow the prescribed procedures are sufficiently
disruptive to the goal of providing fair justice that the court finds it necessary to issue a writ of
error quae coram nobis residant as follows:
PROCESS BY WHICH THE RULING WAS ISSUED, and finding that the magistrate
rendered a ruling by applying rules from jurisdictions foreign to this court without leave of court;
and finding that the orderly decorum of the court was replaced by defective impromptu process
and usurpation of legislative and court powers without leave of court,
A judicial tribunal having attributes and exercising functions independently of the person of the magistrate designated
generally to hold it Jones v. Jones, 188 Mo.App. 220, 175 S.W. 227, 229; Ex parte Gladhill, 8 Metc. Mass., 171, per Shaw, C.J.
See, also, Ledwith v. Rosalsky, 244 N.Y. 406, 155 N.E. 688, 689][Black's Law Dictionary, 4th Ed., 425, 426
Magistrate Loretta A Preska has mistaken the filing of an action at law10 in a court of record
under the rules of common law for a complaint in a court “not” of record under the rules of
chancery. Magistrate Loretta A Preska is now fully informed of her error.
The court rescinds all rulings entered April 1, 2015.
Take note: Summons has already issued March 12, 2015, see attached, under the rules of
common law as a private individual.11
Henceforth the writ which is called Praecipe shall not be served on any one for any holding so as to cause
a free man to lose his court. [Magna Carta, Article 34].
Dated: April 13, 2015; Your County, New York
Full Name, in pro per;
Sealed and delivered12
AT LAW Blacks 4th This phrase is used to point out that a thing is to be done according to the course of the common law; it is
distinguished from a proceeding in equity
INDIVIDUAL As a noun, this term denotes a single person as distinguished from a group or class, and also, very commonly, a
private or natural person as distinguished from a partnership, corporation, or association; State v. Bell Telephone Co., 36 Ohio St.
310, 38 Am.Rep. 583.
SEAL (Blacks 4th) A particular sign, made to attest in the most formal manner, the execution of an instrument.
Merlin defines a seal to be a plate of metal with a flat surface, on which is engraved the arms of a prince or nation,
or private individual, or other device, with which an impression may be made on paper or parchment in order to
authenticate them. The impression thus made is also called a "seal." SEALED AND DELIVERED. These words,
followed by the signatures of the witnesses, constitute the usual formula for the attestation of conveyances.